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Wi-Gear CEO says Apple acquisition rumors are false

Updated 4 years ago
Published Nov 10th, 2010 7:47PM EST
BGR

Following a report on Tuesday claiming Bluetooth headphone maker Wi-Gear was acquired by Apple, the company’s CEO confirmed Wednesday that the report is false. Mark Pundsack, Wi-Gear’s CEO, confirmed to Macworld that Wi-Gear and its intellectual property are currently for sale, but Apple did not buy the company. “Two words: ‘I wish!’” Pundsack wrote in an email. Wi-Gear developed and manufactured Bluetooth accessories optimized for use with Apple’s iPod and iPhone product lines. The company was recently forced to shut down its operations due to lack of funding.

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